The Japanese Lover Setting

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Lark House

Lark House is the name of the senior residence where Alma decided to move after Ichimei’s death. A good deal of the present day action of the novel occurs at Lark House. Irina met Alma after Irina was hired to work at Lark House.

Garden at Sea Cliff Mansion

The garden at the Sea Cliff mansion is an important setting in the novel. It was in this garden that Alma and Ichimei first met. It was also in this garden that Takao received permission to bury his family’s samurai sword when the Japanese people were forced to evacuate from their home cities and live in camps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

Port of Danzig

The Port of Danzig is a significant setting because it was at this port that Alma last saw her parents. Her parents sent Alma to the Belascos in America but...

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